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What to Eat After a Teeth Whitening Treatment

March 8, 2021

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A comparison of a woman’s smile before and after teeth whitening

You’ve finally decided to enhance your smile with a professional teeth whitening treatment. But once your teeth are much brighter, what can you eat and drink that won’t immediately damage your new smile? Read on to learn the best food choices for maintaining your results as long as possible. 


What Happens When You Skip a Dental Cleaning?

February 27, 2021

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Woman at dental checkup

There are all sorts of different reasons why people skip their regular dental visits. Whether you have a busy schedule, are dealing with dental anxiety, or simply forget to schedule an appointment, you should know that missing your checkup could result in more trouble than you may think. You should search for a ‘dentist near me’ so that you never skip over your visits going forward. Continue reading to learn what could happen if you don’t regularly have your smile looked at.


The Types of Oral Bacteria Live in Your Mouth and What They Do

January 4, 2021

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A magnifying glass with cartoon bacteria is being held up to a woman’s smile

Have you ever wondered how many bacteria live in your mouth? The exact number is not known for sure, but it is estimated that between 500 to 600 different species of bacteria live on your teeth and tongue. That number doesn’t even include how many live on the insides of your cheeks or the other tissues in your mouth. Read on to learn about a few types of oral bacteria, what they do and what you can do to get rid of cavity-causing bacteria.


Is Sugar Bad for Your Teeth?

December 3, 2020

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Sugar is delicious – addictive even. Most of us consume it every single day in one way or another. You add it to your morning coffee and nighttime cup of tea. You also enjoy your lunch with that crisp and refreshing cola that your day seems incomplete without. But do you ever think about how all this sugar impacts oral health? Should you be cutting it out of your life completely? Read on to learn more about the impact sugar has on your smile and what you should do to keep your teeth safe.


The Importance of Dental Care for Seniors in Assisted Living

November 23, 2020

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Most people probably don’t mentally connect dental health to overall health, but your teeth hold much more of a stake in your quality of life than you may have imagined. It is well-known that as the body ages, it becomes more vulnerable to health conditions such as heart disease, stroke, and infection. However, it may be surprising to hear that bad oral health has also been linked to all of these conditions, putting the elderly at an even higher level of risk. Your expert dentist for seniors in Newburyport knows you want to ensure that your loved one in assisted living has a healthy smile for years to come. Keep reading to learn why it is so important that caretakers in assisted living environments stay on top of their seniors’ dental maintenance, especially those who cannot physically care for themselves.


5 Questions You Should Be Asking Your Dental Hygienist

October 12, 2020

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young man talking to his dentist

When most of us visit our dentist for a checkup, we expect them to be the one asking all of the questions. For example, they might inquire about how often we floss or whether we’ve had any discomfort. In order to keep your mouth as healthy as possible, they shouldn’t be the only ones asking the questions. Your dentist’s team is there to help you improve your oral hygiene and health. Here are five questions you should ask your dental hygienist at your next cleaning.


Do I Have a Cavity Between My Teeth?

September 10, 2020

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Woman with toothache

Cavities between teeth are not all that uncommon, but often times they are more difficult to detect simply because they are more difficult to see. This type of dental caries is known as an interproximal cavity and it forms when the protective enamel on the outside of the tooth wears away and leaves the tooth vulnerable to harmful bacteria that cause decay. Without the use of an x-ray, it is hard to know if you have one. Continue reading to learn more from your dentist about interproximal cavities and how you can know if you have one and how they are usually treated.


Here’s How Your Favorite Drinks Affect Your Teeth

August 11, 2020

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Woman drinking wine

Even though water is the best possible thing for you to drink, chances are that you like to indulge in other beverages from time to time. But do you know how they affect your teeth when you drink them frequently? It’s important to be aware of what happens to your smile so you can protect it from staining and damage in the future. Continue reading to learn more from your dentist about the relationship between popular beverages and oral health.


What Different Types of Toothpaste Are There?

July 16, 2020

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Several tubes of toothpaste

You know that using toothpaste when you brush twice a day is an important step when it comes to keeping up with your oral health. But what you may not know is that there is wide variety of different types of toothpaste out there. They all serve different functions so there is one for everyone. Read on to learn from your dentist about different toothpastes so you can choose one that’s right for you.


DIY Braces: What They Are and Why You Should Avoid Them

June 29, 2020

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Dentist wearing PPE during procedure

In recent years, social media has become home to challenges and trends that have gone viral. While some of these movements are inspirational and motivate people to do better, others are downright dangerous. The recent phenomenon of DIY braces is one of those trends, but few are warning people of the severe damage they can cause. Below are four reasons you should leave braces to your dentist.

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